The view from the lawn at First Niagara Pavilion for Zac Brown Band
This past weekend I attended the Zac Brown Band show and it was the first time I made the trip out to First Niagara Pavilion to see a concert. Strange to think, I know. I was a little apprehensive, I’ve heard plenty of horror stories about what a pain it is getting in and out of there and most of them were true. I actually got lost going out there and took a detour, plus the traffic just getting to the point where you can get lost… Read the rest
ToonSeum, Cultural District
Based on the groundbreaking cartoon series, this 1988 animated Japanese film is set in an obsessively detailed version of a post-apocalyptic Japan.
More info: http://www.toonseum.org/
Obscure Game Night
Not much on the website, but it looks as if it’s a night dedicated to weird and obscure board games. Sounds ridiculously fun.
More info: http://www.barsmart.com/bars/events.cfm?evnt=2A987CA4-A612-8638-C3FCEB69BDE5D8DD&id=990
Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, North Side
Create keepsake items, feast on local artisan foods & specialty cocktails, more. Ages 21+.
More info: http://www.pghcitypaper.com/pittsburgh/makenight/Event?oid=1610569
Gojira with Devin Townsend and The Atlas… Read the rest
Prom Redux – Friday, November 11, 2011
relieve your prom days – but this time you are allowed to drink – benefits the Pittsburgh Literacy Council
Prom Redux – A benefit for Pgh Literacy Council
Take that old Prom dress out for another spin, bust out your powder blue tuxedo and head down to Cattivo in Lawrenceville this eve.
Only 3 DAYS (!!) left to get your discounted Prom Redux tickets! showclix.com/event/75832
November 7, 2011 10:24:02 AM EST
The final piece for the Pittsburgh Prom Redux has been acquired.
November 10, 2011 6:53:10… Read the rest
Summer time, means outside concert time. One of the most popular events of the season (and one of teh most popular summer posts on IheartPGH last summer) is Jam on Walnut. Back for another year of free concerts in the street – there is a great line up of bands.
June 25 – Donora and Bill Deasy
July 23 – Meeting of Important People and Radio Tokyo
August 20 – Kelsey Friday and Dancing Queen
The concerts are on Walnut Street in Shadyside from 7pm-11pm. The concerts are free but drink sales benefit the Western PA Chapter of the Cystic… Read the rest